Development bank KfW and the German International Collaboration Agency (GIZ) published a study on the effectiveness of caustic recovery plants (CRPs) for SREUP. The study revealed very positive results.
After a construction period of around two years, the first facility in China has now been put into operation, producing around 600,000 tonnes of propene a year through propane dehydrogenation (PDH) with a Regeneration Air Heater (RAH) developed and built by Hans Hennig and Körting.
Following a proposal by the board of directors and supervisory board, Körting Hannover AG’s shareholders voted unanimously during an extraordinary general meeting in June 2019 to turn Körting Hannover AG into a private limited company (GmbH)
This new Körting film entitled Waste water aeration with increased efficiency highlights all the advantages of using Körting ejectors to aerate industrial and municipal wastewater.
An advanced Körting Caustic Recovery Plant replaces old technology from India and offers low running costs, a sophisticated concept and no downtime when treating the caustic solution.